From The Last Starfighter To D.A.R.Y.L., not every movie released in the 80s can be considered a timeless classic.
When dancing is banned on the late night talk show by host jimmy Fallon, the Footloose actor takes matters into his own hands.
Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough star in this remake about a group of teenagers who rebel against their town's ban on dancing.
Songs from The Muppets, Footloose, and Happy Feet Two are among the Oscar contenders for this year's coveted award.
Footloose takes second place with $16.1 million, while The Thing debuts in a distant third place with $8.7 million.
Movie fans in 26 cities across the country can RSVP for this free screening at FootlooseFriday.com.
The actress takes over the Sarah Jessica Parker role of Rusty, offering insight into Craig Brewer's dance-charged remake.
Kenny Wormald, Julianne Hough, and Dennis Quaid star in Craig Brewer's remake about a group of teens who rebel against their town's ban on rock music.
A third poster for Craig Brewer's anti-dance drama has also arrived from Paramount Pictures.
Craig Brewer directs Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough in this remake of the 80s dance classic.
Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough star in Craig Brewer's dance remake about a group of kids who rebel against their town's ban on rock and roll music.
Director Craig Brewer keeps things iconic in this latest look at the nostalgia-fueled remake starring Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough.
The first trailer for Paramount Pictures' Craig Brewer dance remake will debut this Tuesday, June 21.
Footloose, Hugo Cabret, and Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol also get new title treatments.
Kenny Wormald and Julianne Hough star in Craig Brewer's reboot of the 1980s classic.
Thor, Super 8, Transformers 3, Captain America, Footloose, and more are heading our way later this year.
Unknown, Source Code, Tower Heist images and more from 2011's release slate are also revealed.
Director Craig Brewer offers a first look at the lead actors in costume, which pays a direct homage to the Kevin Bacon original.
Dennis Quaid, Kenny Wormald and Miles Teller also star in Craig Brewer's new remake.